This will be the thread to discuss prospects. In general the class is loaded at WR and TE. DL and edge have some depth too. Not a good class for LBs minus the top few guys and even then the ceilings are not as high as last year. I expect to see a WR, TE, DL, and Edge drafted. I have started looking at guys more in depth and doing 3-4 game mini-dives. I'll be looking at tight ends first. First guy is TJ Hockenson from Iowa. I have been following this guy since mid-season and couldn't wait to take more time and get into his tape. It didn't disappoint. You can see him vs Wisconsin here. vs Penn State here. vs Miss State here. I'll try and organize these better into traits but for now let me start with some general observations. Hockenson is a true 2-way threat in that he can block, line up anywhere, and is a terrific receiver. It's rare to see such a complete TE prospect with his athleticism these days. He generally blocks well and has a good punch. He blocks well on the second level but can also struggle with blocking in space. He takes poor blocking angles occasionally and struggled against better competition on the line of scrimmage in his game against Miss State. He won his fair share of battles against DLinemen which is impressive in and of itself. He has a high ceiling as a blocker. He catches the ball well using his hands and then bringing it in and securing it. Didn't run a ton of routes but ran them well and has good lateral ability on out routes. His winddown on comebacks is efficient and quick which is impressive for a man of his size. He gets separation in his routes even against DBs. He is a downfield threat and can work the seam. He can clear out a zone and often attracts multiple bodies in coverage. Oh, he also hurdled a guy for a first down. He's going to test well. He has great balance through contact and is hard to bring down. He also can be lined up almost anywhere. He reminds me a lot of Kelce coming out. I've been doing this for 3 years now. I haven't seen a guy with this much blocking and receiving ability in that time. In other words he is the most complete TE prospect I have reviewed.